Tune in for a special bonus episode of Eat Your Words, with an exclusive panel discussion from the recent Food Book Fair.

How does one write a convincing, veiled-enough, but-believable-enough work of fiction inspired by a real place, people, and time when the subject is something as personal as food and the dining experience? And why are readers — whether they have worked in restaurants or not — so interested in the behind-the-scenes goings on at restaurants?


Stephanie Danler, author of "Sweetbitter"

Jessica Tom, author of "Food Whore"

Helen Ellis, author of "American Housewife"

Cathy Erway, moderator, host of Heritage Radio Network's "Eat Your Words" and author of "The Food of Taiwan" and "The Art of Eating In"

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 5.30.49 PM